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Roosh Bhosale, Staff Writer
Middle and Upper School Latin students attended the Area A Junior Classical League convention on February 25 to celebrate classical culture, explore history, and participate in academic and sporting competitions.
Ryan Chang, Thomas Grannen, and Alex Tinkham
After eight months of construction, the long-awaited St. Luke's parking garage has been opened for students, parents, and faculty.
Roosh Bhosale, Jack Shea, and Alex Tinkham
During this year's Black History Month chapel, the African American Affinity Group highlighted the role African Americans play in the arts.
Izzy Andrews, Jack Shea, and Alex Tinkham
The annual music chapel showcased many upperclassmen performers. Watch video for renditions of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" and Adele's "Make You Feel my Love."
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Andrew Duong, Staff Writer
The Breakthrough program gives educational opportunities to underserved Houston youth. Three former Breakthrough students, now teachers, reflect on their experiences.
Junior celebrates special leap year birthday
Class Act: math teacher Caroline Kerr (’01)
Freshman swimmer sets sight on Junior Olympics
Eli Maierson, Staff Writer
The AP Art History class travelled to New York City to visit art museums and watch the opera "La Traviata."
Students compete in academics, sports at Junior Classical League convention
Under Review: “A Series of Unfortunate Events”
Spring Musical “Curtains” challenges performers, features show-within-a-show
What backpack brand do you own?
Senior Fun Day takes students back in time
Small ball strategy pays big dividends
Black History Month Assembly celebrates artists of color
Physics students build Rube Goldberg machines
Special Music: “Alaska”
Club Nomadic pops into Houston for Super Bowl
Behind the ISP: “Send Me” by Jack Shea
Marchers join worldwide movement for women’s rights
Designer Preston Boyer (’13) channels turmoil into passion
Natasha Faruqui, Staff Writer
Trump's recently suspended immigration ban has promoted scapegoating of minority groups while emboldening religious prejudice.
Falling through Stars: Space is hard
Why I joined the Women’s March
There’s nothing healthy about Musical.ly culture
Henry Still, Eli Desjardins, and William McKone
By adopting some common NBA strategies, boys' basketball has found a way to success despite a lack of height on the team.
Track and field gets a head start with 50th Maverick Relays
Wrestlers win state championship, make school history
Soccer heads into SPC after games against Kinkaid
Lilah Gaber and Kate Habich
Put these ten activities on your spring break bucket list!
Day in the Life of a “Curtains” ensemble member
Day in the Life of a Model United Nations committee member
Lawyers Foley (’04) and Williams (’02) journey from storied cloisters to Fulbright Tower
Field hockey All-Star Kelsey Bing (’16) competes at Junior World Cup
Author pushes YA novel conventions with “The Thousandth Floor”
Graduation speaker cooks up change in food industry
Sharifi (’94) explains art collective’s work, merges craft with language
Fastow explores business in China
Ice Cream Queen: Lai leaves government for sweets
NBA draftee Justise Winslow educates, inspires freshmen
Alumna’s business team creates education tool, contends for one million in startup money
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